Sunday, August 25, 2013
What I miss about the Real Housewives Franchise.
I find the Real Housewives franchise to be quite boring now. All of the cast members try to become celebrities or start their brand. It's just annoying as hell.
I miss Kelly Bensimon and her natural looking montages or her fabulous life. I love seeing her jog in the middle of traffic, do cartwheels and shop for expensive fur jackets just for the heck of it. She never seems like she knows where she is, and she's my self-proclaimed lab rat. I Love Her.
Nene Leakes had a bad temper in the first few seasons of Atlanta Housewives. She didn't take shit from any one and she needed Lisa to hold her down. Now Nene is calm and put together because she needs to keep her reputation now that she does acting.
Sheree Whitfield, buffest bitch in town and saw herself as the sexiest woman alive. I miss her shady backstabbing comments. Why did she leave?
Kim Zolciak, the ultimate goddess of Atlanta Housewives franchise defined the term of lazy housewife who doesn't work and spends her time shopping and being useless. She needs to do more for Bravo.
Danielle Staub, the classiest member of Jersey Housewives, decided to leave the show out of dignity, but the show is slowly becoming as "wholesome" as the Brady Bunch. We need more drama.
Bethenney Frankel used to be catty and mean and I miss that. It's great that she has a thriving career and a child and all, but she epitomized the bitchy New York woman. Too bad she doesn't want to do reality shows anymore. Oh bother.
Teresa Giudice, only passed 3rd grade and managed to upkeep her fake rich life, but before all the tragedy, Teresa was more outspoken and lived a more fabulous life. She needs her own show. She needs the money to buy all of those gorgeous sateen gowns with rouching on the sides. Classy gal.
Hello, Kittens! My name is KIKA. I am 21 years old. A recent graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology. And I have officially become a Free Lance Fashion Designer. Like many designers, I see the world through various perspectives and I am greatly inspired by many things. Other than the trends and the history of fashion, I fancy video games, art and cutesy stuff that brings me back to a nostalgic era where looking through rose colored glasses was my motto of life. I am working on developing my brand to make it as close to how I want it to be in my dreams.
I design for women who aren’t afraid of their style or personality. A woman should be proud of where she came from, but who she is now. I am obsessed with color and subtlety and minimalism is just not me. Maybe for others, but I believe you can walk into a room and bring attention to others with out saying a thing. The social butterfly, the dinner party enthusiast and museum aficionado are the kind of women I am inspired by.
I do custom garments for any occasion. Please email me at Designsbykika@gmail.com for any requests or inquiries.